Most of the early cellphones are now considered to be car phones. They were too large and actually look like cucumbers when carrying around. The main purposes were only to make calls and send text messages. Early phones were mainly for having conversation. Features such as voicemail are eventually added. Manufacturers of mobile have figured out to expand the features and integrate with other lines of technologies. Smartphones are now easier to carry anywhere with music, utility apps and games.
Advancing technology is one of the biggest signs that our world is developing. We have skipped the years of desktop computers and we are now sticking our noses to mobiles. Phones now are touch screens, which are completely different from the early cellphones. Smartphones are now able to provide almost all the information around the world. It is now easier to connect to people, even to people that you do not know.
If you just purchased an iPhone which is one of the high-end technologies, here is the step by step guide on how to make a call.
Make a Call on iPhone 3G
Simply follow these steps in order to make your first call.
Step 1: Press Home button or sleep/wake button to turn your phone on.
Step 2: Slide to the right to unlock.
Step 3: Look for the Phone application and tap it.
Step 4: At the bottom, you will see Favourites, Recents, Contacts, Keypad and Voicemail.
- To call someone who is already in your contact list, tap Contacts and you will see the names of the people in your list. Tap the name of the person you wish to call. You will see the call icon (it looks like a phone) at the right side. Simply tap on it to start the call.
- To dial the number of someone who is not yet in your contact list, tap Keypad and dial the number. Press the call icon to start the call.
Step 5: To finish the call, you can end it by simply pressing the End call button which is color red.
That’s it! Congratulations to your first call with your new device! You can now tap the Home button to return to home screen. Hope this article helps!